If you are interested in cycling and want to know where you can cycle in Kirklees and what activities are available there are plenty of cycling routes and maps available, as well as information on training, clubs and organisations.
Routes and rights of way
Search for cycling routes
West Yorkshire Interactive Cycle Map - Plan on and off-road routes across West Yorkshire. Includes cycle shops, cycle parking, bicycle crossing points and community cycle hubs.
Walking and cycling routes
Find a route in a specific area, by distance and by difficulty.Search for walking and cycling routes
Traffic-free cycle routes
- Calder Valley Greenway - Huddersfield to Dewsbury
This extends upstream from Brighouse to Hebden Bridge and beyond, much of it on the towpath of the Calder and Hebble Navigation.
- Dewsbury to Ossett Greenway
- Huddersfield Broad Canal
- Huddersfield Narrow Canal
- Meltham Greenway
The first phase runs from Station Street, Meltham and passes alongside Morrisons supermarket out on the former rail corridor to Huddersfield Road at Meltham Mills.
- Oakwell Hall mountain bike trail
- Spen Valley Greenway and Ringway
Rights of way
Report a problem on the roads
Cycling activities and training
Cycling clubs and groups
Have your say
Have your say about our future cycling and walking improvement schemes: Your Voice: Projects
Have you say about our major transport schemes.
Walking and cycling framework
Kirklees Council, and partners, have an ambition to increase the numbers of people walking and cycling. The Strategic Framework supports the council's economic and joint health and wellbeing strategies and compliments a range of partner policies and strategies.